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    Which 2 choose? RXDI or GTI LE?

    Hey guys. Which is the better deal:

    2003 gti le in ready 2 ride condition, very good cosmetically, asking $3000

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    2002 rxdi with new engine but has sit for a year, fair cosmetics, ripped seat, asking $2300.
    I'm thinking the rxdi is better performing machine if everything checks out but i dunno. Will be doing intercostal & Lake riding.


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    Depends on what your use is. Rxdi is faster and better handling but di skis are great until you have electrical issues then they get expensive. Gti le is a great entry level 3 seater. 717 is very reliable and hull is stable. As with any ski po- hours and maintenance play a big part. I either own or have owned both these skis. If your riding 1up yourself you will have more fun with the rx. If you want a family style ski thats good on fuel go with the gti

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    Thx

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